Hope you had a beautiful weekend remembering those who sacrificed so much for this amazing country we live in and spending time with those you love.
As for me I've spend time slowing down, loving my children and again slowing down a bit to give thanks and regain perspective, heavenly perspective. Don't we all need times like these?
I am also organizing a bit. Interestingly learning myself to be a better steward.
Here some projects I made at a recent workshop. We started with a simple card made form a notecard and the Ballon Bash stamp set.
This set will retire coming June 2nd. It is such a good good set.
For this card we used the back or reverse side of our photopolymer stamp to make an inked background for our image. Background was made in Pool Party and sentiments stamped in Momento Black Ink.
TIP: Turn your photopolymer stamp on the reserve and stick like that to your clear block. Inked as you would always do and stamp. :)
This cool card with a band was made by all my guests. We used the Envelope Punch Board (my fave!) to create an envelope out of a 6 x 6 piece of Ballon Bash DSP. I used the Starburst framelits die and 2 1/2" circle punch for the belly band. Lucky Stars embossing folder and the Itty Bitty Accent punch add some needed stars to this cute project.
We glued a Daffodil Delight 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" Cardbase to the center of our envelope; then a Whisper White Card made out of a piece of 3 1/4" x 6 1/2" folded in half. Tangelo Twist and Bermuda Bay Ink Pads make such happy cards.
Simple 3 x 3 card…..this time I used my clear block inked in Hello Honey to stamp a background. Yes, the clear block perse. Then stamped the sentiment in Momento Black Ink. Tan-Tan!
Check Ballon Bash before it is gone! :)
Hope you enjoyed these projects today…. I am in the business of crafting blessings and making friends and I am loving it. Keep crafting blessings. Be the best part of someone's day today.
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